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Formula 1 pretends to be green

I had to laugh, although I've been avoiding Formula 1 after I've just lost all hope of fairness in the sport after years of McLaren bashing and Ferrari winning, I've heard the news about the attempts at the Japanese Grand Prix to focus the minds of the fans on the...


Formula 1 proves bias for the last time

I've talked about the obvious bias and corruption in Formula 1 many times before, particularly when it involves Ferrari and McLaren, where McLaren are almost always penalised and Ferrari almost always get away with whatever has happened. The last two events in the last two races have just sickened me...


360 and PS3 deliver poor online gaming

I have both the XBox 360 and the Playstation 3 at home so I consider myself pretty lucky. I'm also not one of these people who loves one console over the other fanatically. So I think I'm in a good position to be able to speak about both consoles, and...


FIA continues to destroy F1 competition

It's really not hard now to go looking for disparities in the obviously messed up and heavily tainted world of Formula 1, that tarnished trophy that the FIA is trying to lift up is is looking worse for wear, the FIA have dropped it once again. Once again they are...


FIA to dock Hamilton's Japanese win?

Almost an entire week after the completed race in Japan and the win from Lewis Hamilton, we hear the disappointing news that the FIA may, not only remove the points he won, but also push him back on the grid for Shanghai. This is another ridiculous suggestion that further demeans...


F1 officially ruined and corrupt

It's official, there is no saving F1 and the governing body have sounded the final death knoll as they prove once again that their motivations are money and Ferrari, and that their decisions are continually inconsistent, wrong and unfair. On Thursday the governing body, the FIA, decided that McLaren should...


Formula 1 2007 season preview and more writing

My first story has appeared on Bits of News about the coming Formula 1 season. I'm going to be doing a bit of writing over there too, some Formula 1, some general stuff. As an example my next write up is hopefully going to be on the recent climate change...


Honda adverts make you feel something

The Honda adverts are something special. Whoever they have as their creative company, they should sign a lifetime deal with them, and make sure they keep those intelligent people on the payroll. Or rather they should keep the deal as long as Garrison Keillor is alive. His voice brings a...


XBox 360, a few months in...

My engagement present arrived, an XBox 360 system (the one with a controller and hard drive), S-Video Cable and Project Gotham Racing 3. Yes, I'm a lucky man and when the box arrived, a very excited one. Now though, after being an owner for a good five days, I have...


Knowledge Retention: (6/7) Delivering the Knowledge to the employees

Previously in this series of Knowledge Retention versus People Retention I've talked about Enabling the employees to become knowledge sources, How to find out where the knowledge is, Encouraging the employees to share their knowledge, Giving the employees the tools to share their knowledge, and Promoting the Knowledge Exchange. Next...


Scottish Formula 1 Grand Prix?

A long time ago, when I was much younger, I remember there being some talk of an attempt to get a Scottish Formula 1 Grand Prix going, and if my flaky memory serves me right Jackie Stewart was involved in the attempt somewhere. The plan was to try and get...


Alonso agrees F1 is biased

I know I've been talking and writing for some time now (here, here, here and here) about how Formula 1 is biased towards Ferrari and therefore Michael Schumacher, but in recent comments it now seems as though Fernando Alonso and indeed Renault have discovered the same thing. During the last...


What was 2005

I had a look for any of those short questionnaires or memes, as some people call them now - does everything need to have a new name just because it's on the Internet? - but I couldn't find anything to suit my needs. So during the evening of Hogmanay as...


Opening night

I thought that the party on Wednesday night was impressive. Having Mark Webber race the BMW-Williams Formula 1 car around the building was amazing to say the least. Then there was the Queen and the Duke, music, entertainers, loads of food and plenty drink, it was a spectacular night. Just...


Formula 1 reaches new lows

I can't believe what happened today with the US Grand Prix, there's nothing Grand about it, and despite what they would like to think the FIA have a hell of a lot to answer for. Due to inaction, mismanagement, egos, private agendas and who knows what else, the farce was...


Formula 1 farce

I'm a fan, if you hadn't guessed, and I'm probably as well as informed as the average fan out there, so bear that in mind when you read this, especially if you are from the FIA. Formula 1 has really got a death wish now, with two huge new championships...


New XBox to kill off old

Microsoft have announced their second generation games console. Quite simply put that means their XBox 2, named the XBox 360, this is almost 3½ years after its release, whereas the Playstation 2 has been on release now for almost 5 years. Some difference. An article I read recently asked you...


Coulthard breaks records at Malaysia

Well done Coulthard. There'll I'll say it because the press that has spent so much money and energy having a go at him when he left McLaren are hardly saying two words about his last two races for Red Bull Racing....


F1: Australia gives us what we want

Thankfully the opening race of the season has given us Formula 1 fans some of what we wanted, racing. I had been very sceptical about the no tyre change rule, and given that races have been won or lost in the pit lane throughout many a past season, I was...


Forumla 1 is breathing its last

Formula one is becoming a farce of bickering teams, and seemingly corrupt direction, and despite the reassurances of the people at the top like Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosley, it's doing nothing but getting worse....

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